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May 30, 2008


Hey, I just wanted to let you know that in case you've got any extra industrial heat sitting around going to waste - you could be putting it to use.

From the CNet article:

ElectraTherm on Thursday said that it has installed a 50-kilowatt machine that uses industrial waste heat as its "fuel." The company says that the ElectraTherm Green Machine, installed at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, will recoup its purchase cost in three to four years with electricity costing three or four cents per kilowatt-hour during that time.

I like to share tips when I get them. So, put that wasted industrial heat to use!


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